Own Robert Mitchum's BMW

Offered for your consideration is a 1985 BMW, 735i, purchased new by the late Hollywood celebrity Robert Mitchum and used as his daily transportation from 1985 until his unfortunate passing in 1997. This BMW is finished in an elegant Blue metallic with a contrasting light tan leather interior. . The car is still owned and maintained by the Mitchum family. Registration documents, in Mr. Mitchum's name, are included in the sale. This was the last car Robert. Mitchum owned. What a great opportunity to get a little closer to the legend.

This great car is in excellent condition. The engine & transmission perform flawlessly. The car runs and drives like it should. The body and paint, in my opinion, would rate a strong 8 on a 1-10 sliding scale, with 10 being perfect. All the accessories function as they should with the exception of the trip computer. The interior is virtually flawless with the exception of a few cigarette blemishes around the ash tray.   Power window lifts, central door locks, a/c, cruise control, factory sound system, electric sun roof, all function well. The car rides on 4 new Michelin radials mounted on factory alloy wheels.   Take time to inspect the photos and I think you will agree that this is a rare opportunity to purchase a celebrity owned vehicle. An investment quality, collectible, in terrific condition , that has significant provenance.

Inspection is available by appointment.

The buyer is responsible for shipping and insurance. Buyer to forward 10% of the total sales price within 3 days of auction close and the balance, in certified funds, within 10 days of close of auction. The car may remain in its present secure storage facility for an additional 30 days while the buyer makes travel and shipping arrangements.

PayPal is not applicable for this sale.

I reserve the option to end this auction early and sell this vehicle via alternative advertising.

Thank you for your kind attention and Good Luck!
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